Mexican Lasagna

Mexican Lasagna

Ready in 45 minutes

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"SO GOOD!
I used ground turkey instead of beef, and I used flour tortillas AND crispy corn tortillas which softened when baked next to the meat mixture. I can't wait to make this again!"

- South4

Top-ranked recipe named "Mexican Lasagna"

4.6 avg, 10 review(s) 90% would make again

Ingredients

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1 1/2 lbs ground beef
1 10.5-oz can enchilada sauce
1 10.5-oz can cream of chicken soup
1 16-oz jar salsa
salt,; to taste
pepper,; to taste
garlic powder
1 12-oz package flour tortillas
16 oz mexican cheese; shredded
16 oz sour cream; (optional)

Original recipe makes 6

Servings  

Preparation

brown your hamburger with the s+p and garlic salt then add in your enchalada sauce.set aside.

in a saucepan heat your cream of chicken soup and jar of salsa.let it simmer for 5 or 6 min until blended well together.

add your meat mixture.

in your 9x13 dish throw down a layer of tortilla shells then a layer of your meat mixture.

spread a layer of chesse the repeat this until you have ended with a layer of cheese on top.

bake at 350 degrees for around 35-45min until the cheese is all nice and melty brown.

then serve it up with some sour cream or hot sauce or just whatever you like yum.

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My family and I love this so much! My husband is always asking when the next time we can have it again. :)
Dreama1990 1 month ago
BIGMAMA26 1 year ago
Did this for tea, very easy and really tasty! Family loved it :)
Westilah 1 year ago
SO GOOD! I used ground turkey instead of beef, and I used flour tortillas AND crispy corn tortillas which softened when baked next to the meat mixture. I can't wait to make this again!
South4 1 year ago
Just tried this recipe!!!! Awesome. Instead of using salt and pepper, I used low sodium taco seasoning and 2 pinches of garlic salt. Came out fantastic. Will make again;)
HK21 2 years ago
very yummy and very filling! The only difference is i used corn tortillas, cream of mushroom, and green olives for the topping... i will definitley try different flavor combinations (chcicken with red enchilada sauce, carnitas?)
stacynalapraya 2 years ago
Great recipe! When I use flour tortillas I dip them in the enchilada sauce and set aside until ready to start layering. Good with corn tortillas too! Great recipe! Thank you!
maidinblisscleaning 2 years ago
Maybe try thicker tortilla shells next time. Kind of grows on you.
Thonda 3 years ago
this was great! i recommend using corn tortillas instead of flour! but over all great family ate it right up!
armywifendallas 3 years ago
[I posted this recipe.]
dawnrw 5 years ago
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